Ronaldo ‘could backtrack’ on refusal to join Saudi club

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Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo may reconsider a deal to play for a leading Saudi club which would have made him the highest-paid footballer in the world, according to British media. Riyadh-based club Al-Hilal offered the Manchester United player a contract worth £210 million, which would have meant he would have made £1.7 million a week. However, he rejected the deal because he did not want to play for a team that was not competing in the UEFA Champions League, after making his desire to leave Manchester United public in the summer. Major teams such as Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint…

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